The People Who Bring You Down
Author: Crush Me
This really makes me wonder WHY i bet half of the kids that go to hempfield or even more feel this way feel depressed because of all the bulling in our school. how the clicks all make us feel im one of them and im coming out to tell you all it hurts so bad to be brought down. or to not feel as good as you should. to have ppl constantly always bringing you down. to be made fun of bc maybe u dont dress from abercrombie. or those EXPENSIVE STORES. or maybe bc ur shy. but ppl see you as a snob. you cant judge ppl by the way they look or dress. or if they dont talk to you. go the extra mile to say hi to them. that would prob make there days so much better. they are prob afraid to say hi to you bc you intimidate them...and prob bring them down. i know how it feels. bc i feel that way. we all need to open our eyes up and realize we are all equal. we arent differnt just because me and half the others that go to hempfield or any school dont dress from expensive clothing places. doesnt mean we arent as cool. let it go. and realize. and get over yourselves.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, July 22 2005, 04:14 am|
Now I need to switch mediators and couselors, because you give out some of the best advice girl. I mean, really. "The People Who Bring You Down" usually get us worked up over nothing, we can just brush them off like dust. And I must say that line, "It wouldn't be called a crush if it didn't hurt sometimes." I especially gotta keep that one in mind. Thanks girl for such an awesome poem! Marvelous works!
|crush me (220.127.116.11) -- Friday, July 22 2005, 12:42 pm|
thanks so much.. i love how your emotions can be written on paper and mean much to people and to yourself.. im glad you enjoyed it and its helping me get through my time...
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